Lower Pottsgrove Archive

Hear A Roar? It’s Motorists, Not March, On Route 422

The month of March did its fair share of roaring. The

Show Your Talent In Pottstown, And Fight Cancer Too

The "Pottstown's Got Talent" show starts its third year Sunday with

Pottstown Library Funding Rescue May Lie With Parents

Lower Pottsgrove commissioners want to cut Pottstown library funding by $10,000.

Three Colleges Report 11 Area Dean’s List Honorees

The Sanatoga and Pottstown residents were lauded for their academic achievements.

Pottstown Cluster Receives 2,700+ Pounds Of Food

Thanks to local residents' generosity, more than 2,700 pounds of food

Vandals Smash Windows At Township East End

Police investigate a series of incidents in which someone smashed car

Wagner Returning To Lower Pottsgrove As Its Manager

Ed Wagner has been New Hanover Township manager since 2006. Before

In A Final Act, Pottstown Group Serves Other Veterans

What was once an organization of 106 Pottstown residents who were

Local Experts Cover Renewable Energy Topics

Two separate public seminars, conducted today (Thursday, Aug. 8) at 2

‘No Noise’ Should Have Been This Guy’s Preferred Option

A disturbance in Sanatoga leads Lower Pottsgrove police to find and

Broken Water Pipe Damages Walnut Ridge Townhome

The town home sustained extensive water damage. Lower Pottsgrove fire crews

State Unlikely To Borrow To Fix US 422, Or Other Roads

Many states may like the advance loan option offered by bonds

New President Heads Pope John Paul II High School

Dr. Louis M. Giuliano, a veteran official in the Archdiocese of

‘Hey, Look Up Here!’ Township Using Billboard Signage

The police chief in neighboring Lower Pottsgrove has acted on the

Group Urges Pottstown, Sanatoga Teens To Dream Big

Their first goals, Hearts of Harmony emphasizes, are to graduate from